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Aug 11, 2010 9:00pm EDT
't tell, ladies and gentlemen, here's rachel maddow. good evening, rachel. >> good evening, keith. you do look very well lit. what's going on? >> i'm very well lit. i've been hanging out with these two. thank you. >> excellent. thanks, you guys. >> thanks for staying with us for the next hour. we begin tonight with two enduring images of modern american conservative politics. the first one is george w. bush climbing on board marine one and getting choppered away from the white house for the very last time. that was the day of president obama's presidential inauguration. and the next in line standard-bearer john mccain throwing in the towel on election night, acknowledging personal defeat for himself in that election and overall electoral defeat for the republican party. those two images, president bush leaving office and his would-be replacement, senator mccain, becoming unable to replace him, those two images left the republican party sort of where it's been for the last couple of years -- leaderless and from time to time a little rudderless but very, very much out of power. a few months
Aug 18, 2010 10:00pm EDT
of this day. the state department says it is the end of the war. the spokesman for the military told rachel about an hour ago if we have any involvement in fighting a coupe it would require a change in policy. our policy is to stand down and simply assist. is that your understanding? >> that is absolutely the understanding. there will be 50,000 troops right now and i guess they are going to be leaving here very soon so i'm going to have to get out of their way. there are 50,000 troops remaining, noncombat troops that will stay behind as these troops prepare to go home and pushing on to another base in kuwait and going back. those 50,000 troops have a mandate to be trainers. they are not to be called into direct combat operations. these troops, if there was an incident, it is too late, but while they were still in iraq and there was a major upheaval in a city like fallujah or mosul, they could be activated in a moments notice, circle the city, go house to house. now that -- once the official end of operation iraqi freedom changes but with all the combat troops out, the combat mission is over
Aug 18, 2010 9:00pm EDT
. >> with rachel maddow, chris matthews, b.j. krouly, retired general paul eaton, retired colonel jack jacobs and former weapons inspector. this is the rachel maddow's show particular live coverage of the end of america's combat mission. >> i believe we've seen the last of american combat soldiers cross into kuwait. shortly after the top of the hour, we begin the special edition of the rachel maddow show as we begin our coverage of the last american combat troops, the formal one, leaving iraq tonight. the first vehicles in the could be voluntary having already crossed the border with kuwait. the soldiers from the fourth stryker brigade, 440 of them that they are transporting, having emed their we understand for the very last time. the last of those vehicles, rolling through those gate only minutes ago. the gates closing behind them. at 353 a.m. prevailing local time in iraq. 8:53 p.m. on the east coast. alongside rauch he will maddow, i'm keith olbermann at our msnbc headquarters in new york. rachel has been in iraq for the final maneuvers. she is inside the base as. >> what used to be known
Aug 4, 2010 11:00pm EDT
ladies and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow. good evening, rachel. >> thank you. thank you at home for staying with us. for the next hour, as keith mentioned, pending traffic jams and such, we will be speaking this hour with david boies and ted olson, the two -- the unlikely team of lawyers, of high-powered lawyers who successfully argued the case against proposition 8. we'll speaking with them in just a moment. >>> in the past decade, 31 states have put to a vote question of whether or not gay people should be allowed to get married. 31 states have put those minority right up to a vote, and in all 31 of those states, that minority rights issue has gone down to defeat. in general, when you ask for a majority rules vote on minority rights, you get results like what we've seen on the gay marriage issue. 31 out of 31 times and 31 out of 31 states voters vote it had down. but here's the thing about rights. they are not actually supposed to be voted on. that's why they are called rights. no state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens
Aug 10, 2010 9:00pm EDT
, ladies and gentlemen, here rachel maddow. >> thank you very much. if you are leaving by one of the approved exits, grab a couple of brewskis on the way out. >>> we begin tonight with, what else, election night across the country. polls have now officially closed in all four states holding primary elections today. colorado, minnesota, georgia and connecticut. tonight really is the biggest primary night between now and the elections in november. the results of these elections tonight will go a long way toward determining whether democrats or republicans will control the senate, the house as well as governors' mansions in the years to come. at this hour there is one result we can bring you. in the great state of connecticut, republican linda mcmahon, the former world wrestling entertainment executive, currently leads her two opponents in the race for the republican party's nomination for the united states senate with 11% of precincts now reporting, linda mcmahon has 47% of the vote. her nearest challenger, rob simmons, right now with 11.5% of precincts report, he is at 29.8%, p
Aug 6, 2010 1:00pm EDT
on the senate floor from franken and the minority leader. >>> rachel maddow on prince of peace 8. that decision plus the war in afghanistan. the candidate out of nevada that has everyone talking. the moderator "meet the press" on david gregory on the week that was. >>> the political gamble for democrats in the colorado senate race. today the challenger andrew romanoff live. >>> a campaign against nancy pelosi today, a 117 city baseball tour and a red baseball cap to prove it. >> we're going to win in november and nancy pelosi will be in the back of the bus. >>> good day i'm andrea mitchell. setting off tremors in wall street and washington, the unemployment rate is stuck at 9.5% as nonfarm payrolls dropped by 31,000 jobs last month. the private sector created only 71,000 jobs well below expectations. let's get right to the numbers with erin burnett. in new york, "time"s columnist. the president tried to look at half full but what do the real numbers mean? >> they are grim. 71,000 jobs created in the private sector. yes, that's port but we need to create 250,000 jobs every single month just to k
Aug 24, 2010 9:00pm EDT
after women's rights, ladies and gentlemen, here's rachel maddow. >> it's alarming to look into the teleprompter and see the words the kooch. very upsetting. >> i dropped crazy from it which would have emphasized crazy. >> people in virginia call him the kooch. it's hard to talk about him without people in virginia knowing that it is, however, very awkward. >> we're just reporting the facts. >> that's right. we report uncomfortably, you decide uncomfortably. thank you, keith. thanks to you all for staying with us for the next hour. within the next hour we'll bring you the guys republican party has chosen to be their face of the party for the elections this year. we'll bring you the really rich guys behind the tea party, supposedly grassroots tidal wave sweeping america and we will opposite of celebrate the return of probably the creepiest guy to make american news headlines in, oh, say, the past five years. the creep is back. and no, before you jump to a perfectly snarky conclusion, before you click send on the hate mail, all of those people on the show this hour, the new f
Aug 13, 2010 9:00pm EDT
of a privatized arizona prison, ladies and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow. good evening, rachel. >> good evening, keith. thank you for that. thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour. >>> we begin with the president signing into law a bill to increase security along the mexico border. a bill to toughen enforcement even as mr. obama's homeland security secretary pointed out today, the problem of that of illegal immigration, as refle reflected in immigration enforcement, the problem hasn't gotten any worse over the last decade. >> everything that is supposed to be going up is going up, and everything that is supposed to be going down is going down. seizures are up and rose across the board last year. apprehensions, or illegal crossings, are down. >> it is sort of taboo to say these days. it's at least against the common wisdom. but the illegal immigration problem in america is not actually getting worse. it's just that the people who like to say it's getting worse despite the facts are complaining about it a lot louder now. and as their complaints get louder and louder and louder
Aug 16, 2010 9:00pm EDT
. i'm chris hayes. rachel has the night off. thank you for staying with us for the next hour. we begin tonight with the country losing its freaking mind. as you've probably noticed, the biggest issue in america right now, eclipsing almost everything, is whether a private group can build a religious community center and place of worship on private property. that is the debate that has colonized our national conversation. everyone, apparently, must choose a side. it is the most pressing issue of national importance. ever since the terrorist attacks of 9/11, 2001, we've occasionally had these massive country captivating debates about topics that seem so insane that even stepping into the fray of debating them threatens one's own sanity. and here we are again. the collective mass hysteria has erupted over this particular issue is not first time something like this has happened. remember this? >> it says, up date, now serving in all house office building, freedom fries. and this is a real tribute whenever anyone orders freedom fries, i hope they will think about our men and women who are se
Aug 18, 2010 6:00pm EDT
at our anchor desk in new york. i'll be joined by rachel maddow who was in the green zone in baghdad along with chris matthews, lawrence o'donnell, gene robin, so colonel jack jacobs and many others. we will commence our coverage before all of that analysis and continuing reports with the first of richard engel's live reports from the convoy. a report made to brian williams on "nbc nightly news" which we will now be smul casting till the conclusion of richard engel's transmission from the desert. then i'll rejoin you and we'll get back to richard. here now is brian williams. >> troops are pulling out of iraq. it's been about 7 1/2 years since that first late night air strike decimated is the iraqi government and lit up american television screens. saddam hussein is now dead. the new iraqi government is still taking tentative steps. and the toll on the united states has been substantial. 4,415 american service members died in iraq. close to 32,000 americans wounded. we watched the invasion happen on live television, thanks to some brand new at the time exclusive technology, and tonigh
Aug 18, 2010 7:00pm EDT
it because they all want to ask questions. rachel maddow in the international zone has one for you. rachel? >> thank you, keith. thank you mr. controlly for joining us for this historic night and this historic broadcast. one of the things i've done quite a bit since i've been here this week is spent time with iraqi police. have i decided since i've been here that the thing i would least like to be right now in iraq is an iraqi police officer. they are right now at the very sharp end of the spear in terms of the continuing insurgency. police officers being killed, their bodies being burned after they have been shot to death. the flag of sunni insurgent groups being hoisted over the site of police shootings. not to mention the fact that even if they weren't being targeted right now, the iraqi police is a massive force with a very, very hard job. is the state department capable of taking over the iraqi police training job from the department of defense? state's budget pales compared to the department of defense budget and i don't know that the state department has the personnel on staff to do
Aug 24, 2010 11:00pm EDT
for having me, rachel. >> let me ask you about this legal opinion issued by your state's attorney general ken cuccinelli. is the strategy to make it too costly for abortion clinics to stay in business? >> absolutely. he's been trying to do this for many, many years. especially while he was in the state senate, least for eight years and he did so unsuccessfully. he's trying to circumvent the legislative democratic process and doing this through this opinion and is giving the power to the board of health. >> why is it regulating abortion clinics as if they are hospital, telling them they need to abide by the same regulations a hospital needs to abide by. why is that such a hardship for clinics? why would that have the effect of shutting clinics down? >> if you think about your typical doctor's office, most of them are rented facilities and they're very small. they're not hospitals. if you had to retrofit an existing office, whether you own the building or you don't, you're talking about $1.5 to $2 million a year to -- or i'm sorry, $1.5 million to $2 million total to actually have that retrofit
Aug 23, 2010 9:00pm EDT
. my new show premieres monday, september 27th called the last word right after rachel right here on msnbc. here is my lead-in rachel maddow. >> good evening. this is the most embarrasses obsession of the summer of 2010. it is the proposed building of an islamic community center in downtown new york city. this story, this talking point maybe has quickly become a stud dwri in plit cam awkwardness for many conservatives. >> the iman from the ground zero mosque wants the law in america. he won't even denounce hamas as a terrorist organization. let me ask you this, would a moderate, peace muslim employ another who told an arabic language website that, quote, only the jews could have perpetrated the 9/11 attack? >> here's what i mean about awkwardness with this story on the political right. that host that you just saw there in those clips, glenn beck, before spending this summer against what mr. beck calls the ground zero mosque, before this became this summer's scare story talking point, mr. beck himself appeared on tv with that very same imam. not against him but to join him in promo
Aug 26, 2010 11:00pm EDT
got the help they were promised, starting five years ago tonight, ladies and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow. good evening, rachel. >> good evening. for the first time ever, you have broken too far to the right. >> i'm speechless. >> thank you. thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour. we are live tonight from algiers point, a neighborhood in new orleans just across the mississippi river, the wide, wide river from the french quarter and downtown new orleans. one of the things that is nice about this neighborhood is it gives you a great view of the downtown. i always thought algiers was pretty beautiful in its own right. renting a house in this neighborhood right now would cost you about 40% more than it would have before hurricane katrina and the catastrophic flooding that followed the storm when the algiers point did not flood. they had wind damage and went through a hurricane, after all. but the water didn't raise here. yet this is still an american neighborhood that is surviving katrina in some ways. still surviving. we are here for a couple of days to see what s
Aug 18, 2010 11:00pm EDT
from the green zone again in baghdad. >> rachel thank you and think you for joining us for this night and broadcast. one of the things that i have done since i have been here is spend some time with iraqi police. i have decided that what i would least like to be right now in iraq is an iraqi police officer. they are at the very sharp and of the spirit and terms of the insurgency. police officers being killed. bodies being burned after they have been shot to death. the flag of insurgent groups being hoisted over the sight of police shootings. not to mention that if they were not being targeted right now, it is a massive force with a hard job. is the state department capable of taking over the iraqi police training job from the department of defense? state's but it pales compared to the department of defense budget, and i don't know that the state department has the personnel on staff to do the huge job that is iraqi police training. i wonder if this is going to mean a massive reliance on private for-profit contractors in order to get that done. >> first of all, we do law enforcement tr
Aug 17, 2010 11:35pm PDT
champ returns to the place that was once her family's home. in an exclusive report, espn's rachel nichols joined sharapova on her journey back. >> when everything's destroyed, what grows in its place? >> there has been a nuclear accident in the soviet union. there is speculation in moscow that people were injured and may have died. >> if chernobyl never happened, my life would be very different. i probably would not even be playing tennis. >> reporter: maria sharapova has won three grand slam champions and at 23 years old is the highest paid female athlete on the planet. earning about $20 million a year. she has her own fashion line, endorsement deems and a glamorous life in los angeles. but the chain reaction that led her here started in a much darker place. a tower of a nuclear reactor on the other side of the world, more than 24 years ago. >> it's crazy to think that i could have been born in the middle of chernobyl. i remember my mom and my dad telling me that it was really chaos. everyone just wanted to leave. >> reporter: maria's parents were living less than 100 miles from
Aug 4, 2010 5:00pm PDT
they will manage. >>> reporter: there is a line and a wait for food but child care provider rachel gibson reliance on tri-valley volunteers, inc., to get by. >> this really comes in handy. having this place to come to for food, i have grandchildren that i take care of during the day. >> inside you have basic staples. >> reporter: she is here to pick up a box like this with crackers, tuna, soup and spaghetti. she can stretch this food for a week. in may the alameda county community food bank started this supplemental food program at 12 locations spending $340,000 of one-time federal stimulus money. they started feeding 75 people a bay, now 300. each month this pantry feeds 9,000 families. they might get a stimulus box if they qualify twice a month. september 30, the federal stimulus money runs out and the program could abruptly end. >> this program has been very vital. it's picked up a lot of momentum since it started in may. it's just getting bigger and bigger every month and, you know, it's going to be taken away or very likely to be taken away at a time when economic recovery is unsubstantial f
Aug 18, 2010 6:00pm EDT
offering public internet access to install special monitoring software. rachel harvey reports from hanoi. >> vietnam is a country where the old ways are being rapidly left behind in favor of of anything new. more than a third of the population uses the internet. now a new law forcing internet cafes and businesses to install monitoring software. human rights groups call it censorship. the government calls its protection. >> that are trying to protect the people, protect the internet user. that is not any limitation on the internet using. >> that does not altogether reassure vietnam's young internet-savvy generation, people like minh. minh is worried that restrictions could hold back vietnam's development. >> people, especially business groups, and who have no way to contact the outside world -- and young people cannot learn new things. >> the new internet law is sweeping, but the real targets is specific. activists, who are increasingly going on line to get their message out. we have made contact with the human rights activist who has agreed to talk to west in the privacy of her home. we
Aug 18, 2010 5:30pm EDT
. anyone wanting internet access will have to install special software to monitor activity. rachel harvey reports. >> vietnam is a country in a hurry, the old ways rapidly left behind. more than a third of the population now uses the internet. the communist government has responded with the new law, forcing internet cafes to install monitoring software. human rights groups call it censorship. the government calls it protection. >> we are just trying to create -- at the same time, to protect the people, the internet users. right now, any limitations of the internet -- it is not that. >> that does not altogether reassure the young internet- savvy generation of vietnam. people like this. minh is worried that internet restrictions could hold back to vietnam's development. >> the people in this group who have no way to contact them, the outside world, the young people , they cannot learn new things. >> the new internet lot is sweeping, but the real target seems to be activists who are increasingly going on line to get their message out. >> we have made contact with the human rights activist gr
Aug 4, 2010 9:00pm EDT
's not a narrow ruling, rachel. certainly i think this tees up a question that the supreme court probably wants to avoid. this is always about one person, anthony kennedy, at the center of the court. it tees it up in a way that is really going to force the court to contend with this issue squarely on the merits and again dealing with the very, very elaborate findings of fact. >> and that was always the case made by david boyes and ted olson when they faced criticism for pushing forward with this case when other advocates wanted other cases to take the issue forward. they always maintained that they felt like this was their best -- this was their best vehicle for bringing it to the supreme court. david boyes and ted olson are joining us next. dolly, he really helped us clarify this. thanks a lot. >>> there is it much more to say about today's refutation of prop 8. we'll get there with david boyes and ted olson next. >>> later on, think you don't have to vote in the midterms, don't make me come to your house. and i was wondering if i could say hi to the doctor. - is he in? - he's in copenhagen. -
Aug 5, 2010 11:00pm EDT
deliberately not telling them, here is rachel maddow. it's quiet, it's too quiet. >> you think this is a shoe about to drop situation? >> no. you can't let them know the shoe actually dropped. >> that would imply gravity. yes. >> you know. as you know, the real believers don't believe in gravity. >> thank you very much. thanks to you at home for staying with us. we begin with a correction. an error on last night's show that i need to clear up. last night, we covered reaction to the landmark federal court ruling striking down the gay marriage ban in california. after reading that ruling and not only absorbing that it overturned the gay marriage ban but the way that it did it, the kind of language that the ruling used, ion this program sitting here last night said this. >> judge walker, who's a george h.w. bush appointee, not only struck down the gay marriage ban as unconstitutional, also probably set the stage for what will probably be the next big court fight and next big political fight. the anti-gay marriage side that was defeated has filed paperwork expressing their intentio
Aug 12, 2010 9:00pm EDT
thomas said no, ladies and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow. good evening, rachel. >> what room were you and aqua buddha in? >> i wasn't with aqua buddha, i said i was in that room and could he check if there were any messages. >> i just want ed to know if there was a message for you. >> the message was don't do another damn interview via skype? >> i could have helped you out with that one without the buddha. >> thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour. >>> tonight, this hour, i got to tell you, a series of amazing debates. sharron angle versus sharron angle on social security. sharron angle plainly wins. also, the republican party versus math on tax cuts and deficits. and eric cantor and friends versus the first amendment on the proposed mosque in downtown manhattan. everybody freak out! >>> all that plus a weird don't ask, don't tell update from our show last night. and the most severely penalized company in american history. that is all coming up this hour. but we begin tonight with this. if you have been watching any tv lately, if you have been following google tre
Aug 15, 2010 9:00am EDT
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Aug 17, 2010 11:00pm EDT
, in for rachel maddow tonight, chris hayes. >>> thanks a lot. thank you for staying with us for the next hour. i'm chris hay, again, here because rachel has one more night off. we begin with today's late breaking news if the corruption trial of former democratic illinois governor rod blagojevich. after 14 days of deliberation, a jury of six men and six women found blagojevich guilty today on one count of lying to federal agents. one count out of the 24 counts prosecutors had brought against the former governor. >> this particular prosecutor did everything he could to target me and prosecute me. persecute me. put pressure on my family. try to take our home, take me away from my kids and arrest me. in the early morning hours of december the 9th with patti and me in our bedroom and little annie in bed with us, a sitting governor. that prosecutor said he was stopping a crime spree before it happened. this jury shows you notwithstanding the fact that the government threw everything but the kitchen sink at me that on every count except for one and every charge except for one they could not prove that
Aug 19, 2010 11:00pm EDT
i'm keith olbermann. good night and good luck. live from baghdad, here is rachel maddow. good evening and morning, rachel. good evening and morning, rachel. >> good evening and morning to you as well, keith. thanks very much. thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour. we are coming to you live from a u.s. military base inside the international zone, akr, the green zone here in baghdad. after nearly 7 1/2 years of war here, the united states combat mission in iraq for all intents and purposes is over. there will be a handover at the end of the month. and about 2,500 more troops will leave here this month. but the last combat battalion of the last combat brigade is gone. if you were with us last night on msnbc, you saw those breathtaking images of the final u.s. combat brigade crossing the iraqi border into kuwait. >> reporter: is this the end of the war? >> it's the end of "operation iraqi freedom." it is the end of war as we have come to know it as american soldiers and as america. our brigade is the last combat brigade in iraq. this is a symbolic image of th
Aug 13, 2010 7:00am PDT
. >> thanks. >> up next another big brother woman is out the door. rachel talks about her lack of chemistry with the other house guests when we come back. i can take one airline out... and another home. so with more flight options, i can find the combination that gets me there and back quickest. where you book matters. expedia. [ male announcer ] take an italian masterpiece home. excuse me. buitoni? [ male announcer ] buitoni wild mushroom agnolotti. simple ingredients, artfully prepared. buitoni. create an italian masterpiece. in the refrigerated section. buitoni. create an italian masterpiece. >>> well, rachel may have found love with brendon on "big brother." her house mates voted unanimously to kick her out. a few minutes later julie chen, host of "big brother," spoke with the chemist/cocktail waitress. >> most people think i'm a hot girl with big boobs but i'm a chemist. i'm go to surprise everybody with how smart i am. >> come here. >> i wouldn't have said i love you if i didn't feel that. >> you better start separating how you're acting toward me or there won't be a relationship. >>
Aug 15, 2010 9:00am EDT
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Aug 2, 2010 11:00pm EDT
is people are not wearing enough hats. ladies and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow. good evening, rachel. >> good evening keith. i have to warn you there is a hat prop coming up in my show if you want to start shielding your eyes now. >> across america, people are getting the dvr pause buttons so they can get their screen caps ready. here we go again. >> another way to know that i will never run for office. i will willingly put a hat on on camera. >> how is that? >> good to have you back, my friend. >> thanks for staying with us for the next hour as well. my vacation is, in fact, over. which is good timing. the blue fish of cape cod are really angry with me. also, because there's a ton of news to get to, this is supposed to be the dog days, but, wow, it isn't. the big iraq speech tonight. it's one of the president's most stringent critics on the war and policy. also the reenactors of colonial wimdsburg have become tea party mascots. the religious right is very upset about the possibility of homosexuals on trains. and the most interesting story of the day is about blackberries in the dese
Aug 25, 2010 9:00pm EDT
. >>> ladies and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow. did you know throughout most of the 20th century one of the books in print for decades was called joe miller's joke book? >> i did not know that. >> there you go. >> that seems like that's going to come in handy this midterm season. >> i'll see if i can get you a copy. >> thank you, keith. thank you to you at home for staying with us the next hour. there was no shortage of legitimately meaningful results from yesterday's primaries, but those legitimately meaningful results are not necessarily the ones you have been hearing about so far. stay tuned this hour for nate silver on yesterday's primaries. >>> also tonight the grossest idea ever for a reality show about the u.s. military. frank rich is here to talk about that and much more. >>> we begin tonight with what you don't need to know. do not need to know about last night's republican primaries. not. that's not a typeo in my script. we're got going to address the question of what night's results tell us about the influence of the tea party movement. we're not going to weigh whether ant
Aug 3, 2010 9:00pm EDT
and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow. good evening, rachel. >> good evening, keith. >> your turn. >> i accept the paper hat from you for this evening's toss. >> just like a baton. there you go. >> exactly. >>> the world's worst, most un-aerodynamic baton ever, but we love it. thanks, keith. thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour. the tea party nation has taken the "scare white people for fun and profit" political move to the internets now and they have done so in a really, really blunt way. melissa harris-lacewell, one of my favorite guests on any subject is here in studio tonight to talk about that. >>> and in a very unlikely follow up to our story about tea party ers running amok with their 1700s aesthetic, in a weird follow-up, run of the tea party's own itinerant fife and drum acts has broken up because of a fight about politics. both the fife player and the drummer will explain the situation in a ye olde exclusive interview coming up this hour. i'm very excited. >>> but we start, we start with the news that has captivated the nation. the news that has kept the politi
Aug 9, 2010 9:00pm EDT
't wait to change all of it, ladies and jerk here is rachel maddow. >> good evening. we have other a big day going through all the amendments. i'm sorry if any of the nerd stuff wafted down your way. >> we're used to it by now. >> i'm sorry. you notice that we're all wearing calculator watches, too. i think the staff is going in the wrong direction. >> good luck with that. >> thank you. appreciate it. thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour. you thought i was kidding about the calculator watch, didn't you? we all wear them ever since geek week. all right. this next hour, is sort of news you don't expect. congress is in washington at a time we never expect congress to be in washington. a whole lot of police officers have detained at gun point someone you really never expect police to detain at gunpoint. someone no one expects to do an interview on this tv show seems to could not speed maybe she'll do an interview on this tv show, and controversy about the really anti-gay republican candidate getting money from target and best buy. that controversy takes a whiplash comp
Aug 18, 2010 8:00pm EDT
the kuwait border. >>> you're watching the end of an era of the american military. >> with rachel maddow in the green zone and chris madison use, lawrence o'donal, retired colonel jack jacobs, senator ron widen of oregon and former weapons inspector. from baghdad, from the iraq-kuwait border, from washington, from new york, this is "countdown's" special continuing live coverage of the end of america's iraq combat mission. good evening again from new york. we begin a special edition of "countdown" as we continue our breaking news coverage of the last combat troops. richard engel has been reporting live, the only reporter to do so. a remarkable moment that at least symbolically closes an important chapter in a conflict which is stretched on for more than seven years, as well as 4415 in uniform who did not get this chance to leave iraq alive. we'll be returning to richard in a few moments live to see the status of the last transfer of those troops across the bored entire kuwait. they've been there since about 7:23 eastern time this evening at that border crossing, the last 440 troops in the
Aug 30, 2010 4:00pm PDT
will enter your e- mail, and this is from rachel. that's going to lead tree-linead perhaps the boeing delayed a 7873 minor delivery again. should i sell this stock? first zero, tell us about the dream liner? >> first of all, it is a and aerospace company. it is not an airplane production company. and this was it due out early last year. it is wildly late. and announced on friday that it was also late again for the first product to those in love and. pr late 2011? in the wall street likes to perhaps like the known perhaps instead of the unknown. >> and use and not so? >> and i am assuming either. and a lot of times, the news can be countered than conventional wisdom. in the cuban and ice leak of a delay, and now wall street these are thinking that perhaps they've finally know. ahand what are your thoughts of taking property? out of a for 01 k? >> not until you are a retirement that is what it is not for, it is a bucket of money that will last you from 60-100. right now, before a house? you were not going to of the money when you retire. perhaps it johnny is thinking that the real estate will g
Aug 2, 2010 10:00pm PDT
for kpoo. that is rachel townsend, my child. shelly tatum who just does outstanding work. montana jennings, tell helps raise money and he is a guy who does not mind raising money or doing groundwork, either, as all of these people are. raymond brown. janet bonds, and janet sits at the table right there. she helps on every aspect. the jordan group, and ms. collins. all of you. we thank you for doing such an outstanding job, and let me say this, that every year they are accepting volunteers, so any of you looking for something to get involved in, there are a lot of good things to do. this is one of the many that you can get involved with and support. now, let me give you the very important direction -- there is food over on the other side. please help yourself. hang out with us a little while longer. god bless you. go in peace. thank you. >> the mayor, the office of workforce development, kick off a new program which is to engage some of the artists in reinvigorating the streetscapes. organized in partnership with neighborhood based economic development organizations, the art in storefronts
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